9-Year-Old Dies After Her Blood Sugar Dropped Dangerously Low During Sleepover
She was an organ donor.
A 9-year-old Pennsylvania girl with diabetes died after her blood sugar dropped dangerously low while at a sleepover.
Sophia Daugherty, of Laurel, who had Type 1 diabetes, suffered a hypoglycemic attack that resulted in brain swelling while at a friend’s house.
She was an active member of her school’s basketball and softball teams.
A GoFundMe for her funeral service has already raised more than $11,000.
“She was surrounded by her family and friends," a post on the page read. "She no longer suffers from this disease. Your prayers and support are priceless."
Sophia was an organ donor.
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